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Huawei could soon be able to tap into some of its U.S. supply chain according to a story published earlier this week in the New York Times. As you probably know by now, Huawei was placed on the U.S. Commerce Department's Entity List for security reasons. Being placed on the list banned the Chinese manufacturer from accessing components and software from its U.S. supply chain; in 2018 the company spent $11 billion on U.S. based supplies. The ban prevents Huawei from licensing the Google Play Services of Android along with core Google apps like the Play Store, Maps, Search, Gmail and YouTube to name a few. As a result, Huawei's recently announced Mate 30 series uses the AOSP open-source version of Android with Huawei's own App Gallery storefront.

Huawei originally forecast that it would ship 300 million phones to surpass Samsung and Apple and become the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world by the end of this year. But without the Google Play Services version of Android on its most technologically advanced phones of the year, sales outside China are expected to suffer. For the first half of 2019, the company delivered 118 million units; while that was up 24% compared to the first half of 2018, Huawei could find itself behind Samsung and Apple by the end of the year. That is exactly where it ended in 2018. And while it did overtake Apple for the first six months of 2019, the iPhone manufacturer has been outperforming expectations with the iPhone 11 family. Huawei will continue to show amazing growth domestically, but it won't be enough to carry Huawei higher than third place until the ban is lifted.


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